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Roommate Bill of Rights

Being a roommate and having a roommate can be one of the most important experiences for a residential student. How residents approach this new experience, what they put into it, what they expect from it, and what they learn from it are equally important steps in determining the success of any roommate relationship.

The “Roommate Bill of Rights,” reveals what room/apartment/suite-mates can reasonably expect from one another. By taking these rights into account as students work on their “Roommate Living Agreements”, everyone can better ensure a positive living experience.

Housing and Residence Life is committed to ongoing support of our residents and the University mission. As such, each student is also expected to review and abide by the information and resources provided to them. This includes, but is not limited to the following:

This includes, but is not limited to the following:
University Code of Student Conduct
Residential Student Handbook (PDF)
Housing License Agreement (PDF)